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To ImaofThree who asked for links telling why plastic could be dangerous, JohnsHopkinshealthalerts gave this answer:
“Question: What about cooking with plastics?
If you are cooking with plastics or using plastic utensils, the best thing to do is to follow the directions and only use plastics that are specifically meant for cooking. Inert containers are best, for example heat-resistant glass, ceramics and good old stainless steel.”
This interview with Dr. Halden is an excerpt from a Johns Hopkins Medicine press release.
Thank you Chava Brocha.
i do the big deep aluminum tin too.
its the best. throw it out after shabbos and no clean up at all.
i make my gefilte fish that way too. in a tin , bake it for the amount it says to cook for and then toss the tin.
the less clean up the better,
I have heard that the disposable tins and aluminum foil not so healthy either. 🙁
I’m annoyed that I made a perfectly bizarre post on this thread, and did not get even one response.
boy pba that first post of yours is so bizarre what were u thinking?
P: U cant always get what u waaa-aant
popa- ha ha ha!
Heard it now?
hi, what is vanish and can i get it in the states? I bought st. moritz to clean my stove from Pesach (did not work) and would like to dispose of it because I am afraid to have it in the house,but don’t want to just put it in the garbage because it might accidently hurt a garbage man, how can i dispose of it safely?